Hojutsu is the ancient Japanese word for "the Art of Gunnery."
As practiced today, Hojutsu is the combination of the Modern Technique and traditional Japanese budo.
Hojutsu trains in handgun, rifle, shotgun, submachine gun, and precision rifle; we also train in unarmed defense, various impact weapons, edged weapons, and ground fighting. However, Hojutsu is primarily a shooting art.
Traditional reigi (protocol) is followed. Legitimate black belt rank through ninth dan (kudan) can be achieved.
"Being a Sherif, it is important that I am extremely confidant with my service pistol. Hojutsu has taken my pistol skills to the next level"
"Before I studied Hojutsu, Firearms were foreign to me. Now I have the skills and confidence to protect myself, my family, and my home."